Added t.-p. (v. 1): Historical documents relating to the blockade of Quebec ..
The "Journal of the most remarkable occurrences in Quebec since Arnold appear'd before the town" is the same, with some variations, as the "Journal of the most remarkable occurrences in Quebec, from the 14th of November, 1775, to the 7th of May, 1776. By an officer of the garrison," published in William Smith's History of Canada, 1815, v. 2, and in Collections of the New-York historical society, 1880
[v. 1] An account of the erection of the tablets to commemorate the repulse of Montgomery and Arnold at Quebec on the 31st of December, 1775. Note on Montgomery's sword. Preface. Ainslie, T. Journal of the most remarkable occurrences in the province of Quebec from the appearance of the rebels in September 1775 until their retreat on the sixth of May ... 1776. Journal of the most remarkable occurrences in Quebec since Arnold appear'd before the town on the 14th November, 1775. Orderly book begun by Captain Anthony Vialar of the British militia the 17th of September 1775, and kept by him till November 16th, when continued by Captain Robert Lester. Irving, L. H., comp. Officers of the 1st battalion of the Royal Highland emigrants (H.M. 84th regiment) 1775-1778. Rôle général de la milice canadienne de Québec, passée en revue le 11 septembre, 1775, tenue par Gabriel Elzéar Taschereau ... aussi Nouveau rôle de la milice canadienne qui a fait le service pendant le blocus de Québec
[v. 2] Foreword. Journal of the siege from 1st Dec., 1775 (... Journal of the artillery officer ...) Journal of the principal occurrences during the siege of Quebec by the American revolutionists ... Ed. by W. T. P. Short[!] Letter from Col. MacLean, commanding the Royal Highland emigrants, to Mr. John Coffin, a civilian volunteer in Pres-de-Ville barricade. Col. Daniel Claus memoranda. Halstead-Mercier papers. Bibliography of the invasion of Canada, 1775-76